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PERU SCHOLASTIC HONORS
SCHOLASTIC honors are announced each year at the May Commencement and at the close of each term of the summer school. These honors are based upon scholarship, character, leadership, and service.
To be eligible for Class Scholastic Honors, a student must have carried at at least fifteen hours per semester, and have earned from sixty-eight to seventy-nine points during the year. For Class High Honors he must have earned eighty or more points during the year.
Peru Honors require that the one hundred twenty-five hours, required for a degree, be taken at Peru. The student must have carried at least fifteen hours each semester and averaged from sixty-eight to seventy-nine points per year. Peru High Honors must have averaged eighty or more points per year.
HONORS ANNOUNCED MAY, 192S
Peru Honors—Jessie Givens, Marjorie West.
Senior High Honors—Jessie Givens. Ruth Hattcn, Florence Jones, Ardis Monroe, Marjorie West.
Senior Honors—Louise Cascl cer, Lawrence Malm, Helen Stukenholtz.
Junior High Honors—Samuel E. Traudt, Mary Wonder.
Junior Honors—Ralph Chatelain, Lillian Brady, Cleon Rhoades, Emma J. Wood.
Sophomore High Honors—Fred Allen, Irene Andrews. Musctta Campbell, Fred Ducy, Avery 1 Gaines, Joe Jones, Myrlin McGuire,
Wanna Metcalf, Verna Pcnkava, Wilbur Schindler, Ruth Shelley, Elsie Wallin, Leone Vandcrford.
Sophomore Honors—Florence Davis, Don Keister, Irene McKean. Chloc Pate, George Reinmiller, Johanna Zabel.
Freshman High Honors—Mary Gray, Leo Hauptman.
Freshman Honors—Ruby Brown. Margaret Bump, Helen Browning, Dale Dyke. Maxine Reagan, Dan Pcttingcr, Neil Pettinger, Edwin Rector. Raymond Reed, Clayton Swartz, I.ertorc Weber.
HONORS ANNOUNCED MAY, 1929
Senior High Honors—E. R. Burkey, Aria Eyre, Wilbur Schindler, Robert Whittcmorc.
Senior Honors—James Dclzcll, Anna Donncr, Lorine Erickson, Lucy Mitchell, Marion Warner, Hazel Williams.
Junior High Honors—(Jan., 1929)—Avery Gaines, Harold McCrcight. (May, 1929)— F'rcd Ducy, Joe Jones, Leslie Leonard, Ruth Shelley.
Junior Honors—(Jan., 1929)—Florence Davis, Claude Matthews. (May, 1929)—Harland Hcilig, Mildred Knight, Margaret McWilliams.
Sophomore High Honors—Ruby Brown, Thelma Crook, Mary Gray, Erna Gruen-waldt, Genevieve Hall, Harvey Nickel, Edwin Rector, Lenore Weber, Walter Wiese.
Sophomore Honors—Helen Mac Alexander, Doris Bright, Margaret Bump. Mildred Bunch, Helen Clark, Dale Dyke, Mabel Glathar, Leo Hauptman, Elmer Hertel, Ella King, Bernice Lovitt, Marvin Over-turf, Allcne Reagan, Maxine Reagan, Theodore Rochrkasse, Ellen Wilson.
Freshman High Honors—Margaret Cain, Helen Kaltcnborn, Opal Lizcnby.
Freshman Honors—lohn Bath, Edith Boatman, Clay Coy, Phyllis Dammast, Sylvia Davis, Donna Jane Delzell. Edith Gross-ochmc, Mary Hcrvcy, Avis Kaufman, Lela McCrorv. Alta McDaniel. Miriam Mc-Grcw, Margaret Meier, Bernice Miller, Inez Olson, Hazel Richardson, Paula M. Schindler, J. Louise Sheldon, Evelyn Townsend, Marian Watson, Sue VVcsncr.
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On May 9 the Bobcat cinder experts will journey to Lincoln where they meet the strong followers of Wesley. As in the case of Maryville, Wesleyan always gives their opponents no small amount of competition and when a Bobcat team enters the field against them, they seem to rise above themselves. It was a Wesleyan basket ball team that brought to an end the long string of victories by Peru which gives Peru the distinction of a world record in consecutive basket ball games won. In all probability this meet with Wesleyan will l e a fast one and doubtless will go down in history in the future.
The day following the Maryville meet the annual M. I. N. K. high school track meet will be held in the Peru stadium. This affair should bring together some of the most promising high school athletes in the neighborhood of Peru. This meet should be very interesting and the students of Old Peru have a duty to perform. If these young men from neighboring schools and neighboring states are well treated while here, they will unconsciously like the way “things’ seem around “Old Peru”. This atmosphere of welcome can be created by the trackmen, especially, and the student body generally, and it is the duty of everyone at Peru to do his bit in winning these lads who will carry on the traditions in athletics that have been so nobly founded and preserved during the past.
Plans are under way for an open meet to be held at Hastings. The plan of this meet is to have all the colleges in Nebraska entered regardless of the conference to which they belong. There are about twelve colleges in Nebraska who would l)e eligible to enter into this proposed meet and it should be a very interesting experiment. Coach Graf expressed his approval of this type of meet and said that Peru would enter if such a meet was arranged. In all probability the Bobcats will show their stuff and incidentally their heels in more than one event if this state-wide meet could 1 e arranged. Schaffner, the “unexpected," always has a surprise for his spectatois. Right when the going seems a bit tough, he rises nobly above the situation with the net result of a victory for the Pale Blue and White. With such prospects the Boys of the Bobcat squad ought to be of necessity forced to buy extra heavy watch chains because they will be burdened with gold and silver medals to the extent that only a heavy chain will be of sufficient strength. This is only a prediction but predictions are easy when a Bobcat athletic team is under consideration.
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